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Critical Care – Maxi Cure Hospitals

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The Department of Critical Care at Maxicure Hospital is known for its advanced technological facility with the latest monitoring systems and equipment, which complements its dedicated, qualified and expert team of consultants. The Critical Care Unit (CCU) is a customized designed unit, laid out as per international parameters and specifications for offering personalized care in individual compartments under the surveillance of advanced camera equipment and committed nursing staff. 

The technological specifications available in the CCU are above standard in the business. The unit is equipped with advanced bed units. This high dependency unit is capable of handling critically ill patients requiring impeccable attention, comfort and sterility for minimizing possible infections and inconvenience. 

The CCU team at Maxicure Hospitals comprises best professionals who bring years of experience and training to the bedside.

 This quality is reflective of the entire range of services offered including medical, nursing, nutritional support, physiotherapy, biomedical and laboratory services. The specialists from this department have years of experience collectively. 24/7 availability of these specialists is what sets them apart in critical care. The CCU team has a noted academic and professional track record and has a strong commitment towards continuous learning and training programs. The team practices accountability and transparency quite diligently in order to benefit the department and patients. 


  • EMERGENCY  MEDICAL CONDITIONS  which may require treatment in the ICU include the following:

Trauma, Heart failure, Respiratory (lung) failure, Traumatic brain injury, Sepsis, Stroke, Shock,Ruptured brain aneurysm

  • GENERAL ANESTHESIA : General Anesthesia is a medicine that is administered intravenously (IV) or through a tube or mask. It is performed by an anesthesiologist. Under general anesthesia patients are unable to feel pain (analgesic) and will be unconscious. It is commonly used for major operations during surgery. A person may also experience amnesia temporarily following the anesthetic.
  • SEDATION : Sedation is a medical technique which is used to calm a person before a procedure. It involves giving sedative drugs through IV lines. These drugs ease discomfort, pain and anxiety. It depresses a patient’s awareness of the environment and reduction of his or her responsiveness to external stimulation.
  • REGIONAL ANESTHESIA: Regional Anesthesia consists of infiltrating a peripheral nerve with an anesthetic agent and blocking transmission to avoid or relieve pain.  It blocks sensations of pain from a large area of a body that requires surgery.
  • LOCAL ANESTHESIA : Local Anesthesia prevents pain during medical procedures by numbing a specific part of the body. Its effects are short-lived.